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How Do You Ring In The New Year?
Here in the U.S. you may watch the ball drop in New York, Kiss a loved one at midnight, and make a resolution for the upcoming year!
Did you know?
- In Scotland it is custom to bring a gift to a neighbor, offering luck for the upcoming year.
- In Ecuador, it is custom to line the streets and burn effigies of people who have made a negative impact on the past year, most commonly politicians.
- In Mexico, Spain and other Latin countries, it is custom to eat one grape and make a wish for each bell that chimes at midnight.
- In Puerto Rico and Phillipines, it is custom to chase away demons by making as much noise as possible, blaring car horns, ringing bells or blowing whistles, at midnight.
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2014 Special New Year SALE :
Place an order by Friday January 3, 2014 at midnight, Enter code HNY2014 and receive 20.14% off your entire order.
(Does not apply to drop shipment, online orders only. $45 min order, must be applied at time of ordering)
Happy New Year from Pocket Full of Therapy!!
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